Undergraduate Majors

Behavioral Sciences, BS degree
Behavioral Sciences, emphasis in Anthropological Archaeology, BS
Behavioral Sciences, emphasis in Anthropology, BS
Behavioral Sciences, emphasis in Public Health, BS
Behavioral Sciences, emphasis in Student Development, BS
 

Family Studies, BS


Psychology,  BA Degree
Psychology,  BS Degree
Psychology, emphasis in Behavioral Neuroscience, BS
Behavioral Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary program at Andrews University that is based in the Departments of Behavioral Sciences, Biology and Mathematics. Its purpose is to provide opportunities for undergraduates to prepare for exciting careers in the fascinating, rapidly growing scientific fields which involve the study of the brain and its control of behavior. In addition to helping students learn basic information about neurobiology, cognitive neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, and mathematical modeling, the Behavioral Neuroscience program involves students in hands-on, laboratory experiences, using research-quality equipment, and prepares students to not only learn from their field of study but to actively contribute to that field as well. Indeed, research with a faculty mentor is an integral part of the program, with the goal of student presentation and publication of research in professional venues. The interdisciplinary nature of Behavioral Neuroscience is reflected in a common core of classes taken by all students, whether they are majoring in Psychology, Biology or Mathematics, and in the flexibility afforded by each of the three emphases within the program for interdisciplinary study and original research.

Psychology, emphasis in Health Psychology, BS
Psychology, emphasis in Pre-Professional, BA
Psychology, emphasis in Pre-Professional, BS


Sociology, BA Degree
Sociology, BS Degree
Sociology, Emphasis in Community & International Development, BS
Community development workers perform a wide array of tasks that enable communities at the local or international level to change and improve various aspects in the lives of their residents. They work in different settings such as inner city agencies, service-learning organizations, community service organizations, community advocacy groups, etc. Additionally community development workers could work overseas in international relief and development agencies as well as for church-based mission
programs.

Sociology, Emphasis in Emergency Preparedness, BS
Sociology, Emphasis in Criminal Justice, BS
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ociology, Emphasis in Pre-Professional Criminal Justice, BS
Sociology, Emphasis in Criminal Justice, AS